Macao tourism office holds fair in Petaling Jaya mall


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  • Thursday, 22 Sep 2016

CITY dwellers will be able to experience Macao right here at the “Experience Macao & Macao Mega Sale” happening between Sept 21 and 25 at Highstreet, in 1 Utama Shopping Centre

The event is part of the Macao Government Tourism Office’s (MGTO) efforts to promote the various events happening there between now and December.

They include the Suncity Group 63rd Macau Grand Prix, Macao International Marathon, Parade through Macao, Latin City and Macao Light Festival.

Attractive Macao packages will be available at the event from participating travel agents – Airlink Travel & Tour Sdn Bhd and Prestige Vacation Network Sdn Bhd.

The first 200 customers to purchase these packages, with a minimum one-nigh night stay in Macao, will receive a RM50 shopping voucher and travel accessory from MGTO.

Visitors to the “Experience Macao & Macao Mega Sale” will also be able to win a 3D/2N trip to Macao by participating in the activities on-site.

In conjunction with the event, there will also be a Macanese Food promotion “The Macao Exchange” at the award-winning Cinnamon Coffee House at One World Hotel starting today until Oct 1, as part of the dinner buffet.

The dinner starts at RM118 nett (adult) and RM59 nett (children) between the ages of four and 12.

MGTO will also be participating at the Taste MIGF between Sept 23 and 25 at Berjaya Times Square, to showcase Macanese cuisine and exclusive Wine & Dine Macao packages.

A Grand Prix simulator contest will be conducted on-site, whereby the three fastest drivers will get to travel to Macao to witness the actual race from Nov 17 to 20. Consolation prize winners will receive a premium timepiece.

For more information, visit www.facebook.com/MacaoTourismMalaysia


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